The Nursery, Primary and High school section run a 40 week school year which commences from September to July. The school year which is made up of 3 terms of about 13 weeks each is usually spiced up with several curricular and co-curricular activities and is anchored on 2 Timothy 3:17 – “That the child of God maybe perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works”.
Royal Family Academy admits students from diverse races, colours, nationalities and ethnic origins. There is no discrimination in the administration of our educational policies, admissions, procedures, athletic or other school oriented programmes. The majority of pupils and staff are Nigerians.
Home work/Assignment Policy
Homework is considered to be an essential part of the academic programme of Royal Family Academy. It is intended to reinforce what is taught in the classroom, help individualize instruction, improve pupil/student performance, help pupils/students develop effective study habits, and provide an important day-to-day link between home and school. To make this happen, teachers must provide appropriate assignments, parents must provide support and motivation at home, and pupils/students must do the work themselves and to the best of their ability.
Homework/assignments are expected to be submitted on time. Late submission of assignments will attract penalties. Pupils/Students who are absent are required to submit all missed assignments online or as soon as they return to school.
Royal Family Academy admits students of all races, colour, nationality and ethnic origins as well as intellectual and physical abilities in as much as they are able to benefit optimally from our school programme. As a Christian school, we require all our pupils/students to participate in all curricular, co-curricular and spiritual formation activities of the school without exceptions. Employment at RFA is open to qualified and competent Christians according to roles and responsibilities without bias to race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin or colour. All staff members are expected to agree with the School’s Statement of Faith without reservations and conform to expected ethical and moral standards for employees.